August 9, 2022 UMD Home FabLab AIMLab

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Mask Use Required in Lab Areas

Last updated: Thu 03-17-2022 4:24:54 pm

NanoCenter Administration, FabLab, AIM Lab Specific Updates

FabLab

The indoor mask mandate has been lifted on campus for all faculty, staff, students and visitors, with a few notable exceptions:

KN95 masks are still required in all classroom settings, including shared laboratory spaces and other instructional spaces. This measure remains in place out of an abundance of caution, given the increased density over a prolonged period of time in many instructional settings. Instructors may continue to remove their masks while teaching, provided they maintain 6 feet distance from others. Masks must be worn by anyone who is positive or has symptoms of COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone with the virus.

It is strongly recommended that all users be fully vaccinated as well as boosted with the vaccine for Covid-19 virus. Users are all expected to wear facemasks. The FABLAB is a clean environment as well as a teaching space. Users are also expected to practice proper hygiene including frequent hand washing. FABLAB users must sign-in at the entrance before entering the Gowning Room.

AIM Lab

  • All users should follow university guidelines (https://umd.edu/4Maryland).
  • All users are required to wear facemasks (N95 or KN95 mask). Users should bring his/her own face masks.
  • All users should be fully vaccinated.
  • Users who are unvaccinated or not up-to-date with their vaccine booster need to be tested once weekly and show the proof to Lab staff.
  • Users must not come to the Lab if feeling unwell.
  • Users should report to the Lab staff if s/he had any COVID19 symptom.
  • Please contact Lab staff should the user have any questions.

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